2008. Wow! What a colour! This well shaped hybrid tea rose has one of the most unique colourings that has been bred in recent years. Blooms are large and well shaped and of warm golden honey brown colour that looks fantastic when planted with mauve or apricot roses. Free flowering on healthy foliage with a sweet fragrance. Lovely for a bouquet or a novelty in the garden, Awarded 2005 medal at the Australian Rose Trials and the parentage of this rose is between Stainless Steel and Singing in the Rain (Specs Centennial).